We’re excited to announce that we have launched the new Dashboard! We listened to user feedback and now we’ve created a dashboard that just contains the information you need to ensure a better website. And it’s mobile optimized!
We took away the clutter and now we just have the necessary information - including tool tips - so you will always know what every term means! One of the most important things we wanted to include was a list of top issues, so you always know what you use as a starting point, as these are the most critical issues that could be hurting your website performance.
The Dashboard is split into areas Real Google Visibility, Website health issues, analysis summary, website monitoring, website health, as well as direct links to keyword recommendations, content editor and single page Analyzer.
The first thing you see on the project dashboard is your real Google visibility chart. This shows your search performance over a 6 month time period, including a year on year comparison. You can see clicks, searches, CTR and position, and how this has changed compared to the previous 7 days - so ideal for your Monday morning reporting!
Your website health issues show you a list of your website’s critical issues that are important to fix to ensure a high quality website for users and search engines. By clicking on any metric, you are taken to the specific report that shows you in much more detail what the problem is, and how you can fix it.
The Analysis summary gives you a simple overview of how many URLs were crawled. If not all URLs of your project were crawled, you will see a banner explaining that your crawl limit has been reached, or that the analysis is incomplete. There are a number of reasons why not all URLs may have been crawled:
This section then indicates the following points:
In this section you see some vital information regarding your website monitoring status.
The website health area gives you an indication of your indexable pages. This is particularly ideal for getting an initial overview of a website. Generally, the majority of pages should be green! Seeing a daily comparison also gives you an indication if something drastic may have changed.
Keyword recommendations and Content Editor take you to Content Success, the module for helping you create fantastic content. If your website analysis is in progress, your dashboard won’t be viewable for a short time, but you can still access these modules! The Single Page Analyzer can also be used anytime, even during an analysis. This is really useful for getting a detailed overview of one individual URL - and you can even crawl a competitor’s URL to get some info or insights on the competition.
Use the new Dashboard as an ideal starting point for your website optimizations! Get all the important KPIs you need in one place.
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Published on 02/04/2021 by Olivia Willson.
Who writes here
After studying at King’s College London, Olivia moved to Munich, where she joined the Ryte team till 2021. She was previously in charge of product marketing and CRO, and also helped out with SEO and content marketing. When she's not working, you can usually find her outside, either running around a track, or hiking up a mountain.
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